The Hennessey Clipper (Hennessey, Okla.), Vol. 19, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 25, 1909 Page: 5 of 8
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The Jno. A. Ratlitf Mercantile Co.
SPECIAL SALES FOR WEEK OF MARCH 1st
You will save dollars by buying your spring needs in these goods at this sale. Come in and be convinced that this is the best bargain
giving sale ever held in Hennessey. Every yard of goods must be sold. Every article bears a reduction.
O u r Stock Will Not Last Long at T h e se Price s
The John A. Ratliff Mercantile Co., are Positively Going Out of Business
3 large cans Tomatoes
3 large cans Lye Hominy
3 cans Sugar Corn
4 packages Seeded Rasins
7 bars White Russian Soap
7 bars Silk Soap
2 large cans Salmon
2 packages Indian Corn Flakes
2 packages Dr. Prices Wheat Flakes
1 bucket Coffee with cup and saucer
8 pounds good Coffee
lti pounds new California Peaches
20 pounds new California Raisin-s
20 pounds new California Prunes ......
20 pounds Granulated Sugar
Special Prices in Every Department
LOT NO. 6—Twenty pieces fancy figured Lawns, former M
price 6c, 7Ac and 8^c per yard, now 1C
LOT NO. 7—Forty pieces fancy and plain Lawns former ^ 1
prices 10c and 12Jc per yard, now f -C
LOT NO. 8—Forty pieces fancy figured Lawns and Batistes, our
former prices on these goods was 15c, l~ic and 20c
per yard, now - /
LOT NO. 9—Twenty pieces fancy Lawns and Spring Dress Goods,
Drape De Linde, Yaker Silks, Lucerne Tissue, -J J"
Arnold Swiss Applique, former price 25c, now | 3G
LOT NO. 10—Twenty pieces spring and summer fancy Linens, etc.,
Arnolds Spider Silk, Soie lmprime, Silk Jaquard, (JP .
Foulard Silk, etc., former prices 50c to 65c, now uvC
LOT NO. 1 -Consists of very fancy Lace Stripe White Goods
former price l-'Jc per yard, now f -C
LOT NO. 2—Consists of fancy dotted Swisses, checked, barred
and stripped Dimities, former prices 15c, 17£cand '
20c per yard, now
LOT NO. 3 - Consists of extra fine dotted S.visses, dotted Mulls,
barred Dimities, etc,, former prices
per yard, now
LOT NO 4— Consists of fancy Swisses, fancy Waist:ngs, AP.
etc., former price 40c and 45o per yard, now tm vv
LOT NO. 5—Consists of fancy figured, barred and dotted, white
Dress Goods, former prices 50c to 05c per yard OC<*
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE
The above are only a few of the hundreds and thousands of bargains this store is offering the buying
public in this Great Going Out of Business Sale. This is a bonafide sale, the merchandise is first-class,
and the prices below what others can possibly afford to sell for, 1 he opportunity is yours. Be the
first to get the bargains.
•'"H0M JOURNAL" F'ATTERNS
NEWS OF THE VICINITY
If in need of Dental work call
on Dr. Merrill the Dentist
Oftice in the Brees building.
Farmers call at Hennessey
Roller Mills for seed oats, millet,
kaftir corn and cow peas. 48
Go to H. Oliver's Seed House
for good fresh garden and field
seed. Prices right.
Joe Renshaw came down from
Enid Sunday for a visit with
li ome folks.
Dr. Cullum's father came in
from northern Kansas, yester-
Garden seeds, alfalfa, white
clover, blue grass andalltield seeil
at H. Oliver's store East side
Mrs. Nellie Rose and children
and her mother Mrs. McCarty,
accompanied by Miss Ruth
Frakes visited with S. G. Rose
and family at Enid, Sunday.
J. W. Smith of Hennessey and
C. C. Smith of Enid, were in
Kansas and Missouri the fore-
part of this week looking after
their business interests.
Frank McPherson has leased
his interest in the west side
short order house and restaurant
to his partner Marcus Catterton.
Mrs. T. .1, Brown returned to
her home in Oklahoma City after
an extended visit here with her
Get good seed for your spring
planting. Seed oats, kaftir corn,
millet and cow peas at Hennessey
Roller Mills. 48
Mrs. Ina Holt McDonald is
here visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. .J. N. Holt. Her hus
band has recently accepted a
position in Wichita.
Rev. Mr. Waldruf, of Kansas,
will preach in the Congregational
church next Sunday morning
and evening and regularly every
For practical paper hanging
and painting, call on E. A. Tuthill
at Cox's Furniture Store or by
postal. Work promptly done.
After seven years of business
career we find our most valued
asset is the increased number of
C. H. Bkkwkk.
Thousands of millions
of cans of Royal Baking
Powder have been used
in making bread, biscuit
and cake in this country,
and every housekeeper
using it has rested in perfect confi-
dence that her food would be light,
sweet, and perfectly wholesome. Royal is a safe-
guard against the cheap alum powders which are
the greatest menacersto health of the present day.
ROYAL IS THE ONLY BAKING POWDER
MADE FROM ROYAL GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR
Mr. Vaughn's lease having ex-1
pired, I have taken charge of my I
Kandy Kitchen again and will do
as of old try to give my custom-
ers the best value for their
money. While absent from
business we have learned to!
make many new sweets which
will please our customers. I
have bought a new soda fountain
and later will have it installed
We also have a new chilli which
we should like to have you try.
We have about 2000 post cards
which we are closing out at less
than cost. Our aim will be to
please our customers.
Yours for business,
S. B. Humphry,
A. P. Herscber's Blacksmith
and Repair Shop has just receiv i
ed a lot of new material and some
new machinery. Mr. Herscher j
installed a device for straighten
ing wagon and buggy wheels,
that acts perfectly. In the line
of horseshoeing, repairs of bug j
gies and wagons, new plow
shares, ets., you will find his
work satisfactory and his prices
right. If you want anything
made or repaired out of iron give
him a chance at it. Woodwork
repairs promptly attended to.
The National Life Insurance
Co. has advised the Farmers &
Merchants Bank of Hennessey
that they will take all the good
first mortgage farm loans the
Bank can send them. The rate
of interest is reasonable and
terms liberal. Call at the bank
when you want to figure on a
Farm Loan, No delay waiting
for inspectors. Money paid when
papers are signed.
We are connected by wire
with one of the pricipal seed
houses of the southwest and
should you wish something in
the seed line not usually carried
in stock locally we will be pleas
ed to get it for you, at the lowest
C. H. Brewer.
Jim Renshaw and Everett Lis-
ton have opened a clothes clean
ing business in the Basement
Barber Shop. When you need
work of this kind give the boys a
Floyd E. Felt, cashier of the
Farmers & Merchants Bank, at-
tended a meeting of Group No. 2
Oklahoma Bankers at El Reno
* THINGS GOOD TO EAT AT
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Phope |Mo. 5^, |New f-lobbs Buildipg
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Colton, of
Kingfisher, and their sou and
daughter, from Minneapolis,
Kansas, came up from Kingfisher
Monday morning to visit their
cousin J. A. Felt and family.
Charles Colton anil sister left for
home on No. 24, and their par
ents returned to Kingfisher on
the late passenger train.
A one armed colored man
named White was overtaken by
three white men Saturday night
on his way up town, near the
railroad crossing on 7th street,
and held up, but the robbers got
little or nothing for their trouble.
"Heaven" will be the subject
of the sermon at the Christian
church next Sunday morning.
In the evening the subject will
"The DivineConfession of Faith '"
Everyone is invited to these ser
We can't promise you extreme
ly cheap groceries for we never
carry them. You wouldn't be
satisfied if you got them, but we
do promise you goods whose
quality is worth the price.
C. II. Buewkk.
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5 HICKORY CREEK EAIMCY LIMP |
I $6f: COAl $6E f
• FARMERS UNION GIN COMPANV t
0. t. PHALtN, Manager
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The well known company
horse, Bactaclin, owned by
■■■■■■■aw—— the Cimmarron Valley Morse
Association, is for sale. Bactaclin is an imported,
registered Percheron, weighs 1850 pounds and is a
sure foal getter. For further particulars see C. R.
Bowman or Tom Waters, of Ames, or J. I). Lynch, of
Hennessey, Okla., R. F. I). 5.
C. R. BOWMAN, Clerk.
J. L. Murphy, the auctioneer
has moved his family to Hennessey
and is now a citizen of this place.
Persons wanting his service as
auctioneer can address him at
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Swim, of
Enid, visited their son E E.
Swim and family last Sunday.
They were both looking well.
W. O. STEVENS.
W. ti. MOUKK.
Stevens & Moore,
. ... Attorneys-at- Law
Notary in Office.
|W Office In the Dr. Meradlth building .jkl
tleuueauev uud L wwo Okla.
DR. T. GIPSON,
Has moved to Hennessey, and will treat all
diseases of horses and cattle. Will answer
all callH night or day. Office at llilbish's Haru,
Phone 80, Residence Phone 76.
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